Razer Announces Synapse Open Beta

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Razer announced today that they will have an open beta for their Razer Synapse’s new software dealing with stats and heatmaps. This will allow gamers to collect data and track their mouse clicks and keyboard presses, which will then be shown as raw data. Those who participate in the beta and want to share their stats with others will be allowed to via Twitter and Facebook. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan had this to say…

 

“This is a fun and unique way that we can add value to our industry-leading products after purchase,” said Razer ceo Min-Liang Tan. “We’re able to visually show gamers, empirically, how they interact with their favorite games. This information can help with anything from improving hotkey and mini-map usage to mouse mat selection and mouse DPI settings, in addition to the multitude of uses it could have for developers when they design game interfaces. Unfortunately it’s next to impossible to ensure compatibility with the thousands of games out there, so we’re counting on our millions of software users to help us test and expand game compatibility.”